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Go get the new EP “Why Don’t We Just” on iTunes right now! After you buy the EP, make sure you go and stream it on Spotify, Apple Music or your favorite streaming service.
Why Don’t We is releasing their new EP “Why Don’t We Just” tomorrow at midnight worldwide! Check out the cover and get your money ready to buy and stream the new EP. Stoked!
Hey guys! Why Don’t We walked the carpet at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards and I’ve added 7 HQ photos to the gallery thanks to my friend Sarah! 🙂
APPEARANCES & EVENTS > 2017 > 2017 BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS
Why Don’t We is featured on Logan Paul’s song “Help Me Help You” which hits iTunes tonight! Check out the music video below. Enjoy! 🙂
Great news! The guys have been invited to the 2017 Billboard Music Awards this Sunday, May 21. If the guys walk the red carpet, interviews, etc. I’ll have photos and videos here! 🙂
Why Don’t We performed on Fox 35 in Orlando, FL a few days ago and I never posted it, so enjoy!
Why Don’t We was chosen by Forbes as 1/3 Boy Bands On The Rise and I couldn’t agree more. Congrats, guys!
The most promising prospect so far is Why Don’t We, an American fivesome that seems to have a lot going for them. Considering members Daniel Seavey, Zach Herron, Corbyn Besson, Jonah Marais, and Jack Avery all got their start posting solo music to social media before coming together last year, they started with an already solid fanbase that keeps growing. Those fans are also highly engaged, and only becoming more engaged. Additionally, their music strays from what we’ve come to expect from boy bands. Rather than bubblegum pop, Why Don’t We opt for the catchy, Chainsmokers-esque dance-pop that has been dominating the Top 40. As Marais so unabashedly put it in an interview last year, “Take every popular artist you hear on the radio, mash it up into one, and have five dudes sing it!”
That plan seems to be working. The band started gaining steam after the release of their debut EP, Only the Beginning, in November, but things have really started to blow up in 2017. In the past three months, they’ve added over 81,000 fans on Facebook, up significantly the previous three months’ addition of just over 6,000. They’ve also added over 300,000 Instagram followers, compared to right around 22,000 the three months prior. This week, they are among the 20 up-and-coming artists with the highest number of artist station adds on Pandora, where they’re seeing 2,700 station adds per week.
Like any good boy band, Why Don’t We’s fans are highly engaged as well. Over the past 30 days, they have seen an average off 1,785 mentions per day. That’s 175 times what we would expect for an account with their reach (a little over 43,000 followers). Their strongest demographic on Pandora, which owns Next Big Sound, is women ages 25-34. Overall, their fanbase is about 70% female.
You can read the entire article over at Forbes.com!
In the seven months since their formation, five-piece boy band Why Don’t We has already garnered more than 5 million Spotify streams across two EPs, one of which (Something Different) dropped on April 21. Starting in July, Why Don’t We will be taking those EPs on the road for a headlining summer tour.
The Something Different tour will hit 19 cities from July through August, kicking off in Atlanta on July 11 and stopping through cities like New York, Boston, Chicago and Los Angeles before closing in Nashville on Aug. 12. And considering the guys have more than 700,000 followers on social media, this will likely be one hot summer ticket.
Tickets will be available Friday, May 12th at noon local time. For more information on tickets and VIP upgrades, head to whydontwemusic.com.
Something Different headline tour dates
July 11 — Atlanta, GA @ Vinyl
July 13 — Washington, DC @ U Street Music Hall
July 14 — New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
July 15 — Philadelphia, PA @ Foundry at The Fillmore
July 16 — Boston, MA @ Sinclair
July 18 — Toronto, ON @ Velvet
July 20 — Detroit, MI @ Shelter
July 21 — Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall
July 22 — Minneapolis, MN, @ Garage
July 25 — Denver, CO @ Larimer
July 29 — Seattle, WA @ Chop Suey
July 30 — Vancouver, BC @ Rio
Aug. 1 — Portland, OR @ Hawthorne
Aug. 4 — San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s
Aug. 5 — Los Angeles, CA @ Roxy
Aug. 6 — San Diego, CA @ House of Blues – Voodoo Room
Aug. 8 — Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar
Aug. 10 — Dallas, TX @ House of Blues – Cambridge Room
Aug. 12 — Nashville, TN @ Rocketown